Renew. Reinvigotate. Research.
Earn graduate credit for teacher-led professional learning that affirms and deepens your professional identity.
In the Boston Teachers Union Inquiry Project, we create a collaborative intellectual community in which BPS educators support one another to:
- Embrace a strengths-based stance to teaching and learning recognizing the diversity of today’s classrooms
- Conduct inquiry-based research into questions relevant to your work and its context
- Develop theory, create knowledge, and share learning with colleagues and the broader community
The application deadline is Monday, September 16, but apply today for priority consideration.
The BTU Inquiry Project is open to all educators, including paras, nurses, and related service providers.
What teachers say about inquiry:
“This is the best, most meaningful, most relevant, most challenging, most self-directed PD you will ever get to be a part of.”
“It’s powerful to see existing research give a voice to the issues that I care about. I love that it combines both research and narrative, as my voice and identity are present in the work and not detached from it.”
“Being a teacher researcher is great for someone who is trying to reconnect with the things that draw them to teaching, beyond the day to day highs and lows of teacher life.”